Aquaman #32

Writer: John Arcudi Artist: Patrick Gleason Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 7, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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Black Manta is back! Aquaman's deadliest enemy returns with all the power, resources and legal protection of a mutinational corporation behind him! Plus, Aquagirl leads a group of Sub Diegoans to Atlantis-but they may wish they'd never come!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 21, 2005

    I just noticed that while I was busy taking great pains to keep the identity of the mystery villain a secret the cover image to this issue is busy advertising the character's presence, and as such I feel like a bit of a goof as it clearly reveals that I'm not paying nearly enough attention to the material like a good reviewer should (but than again I've never claimed to be a good reviewer). Still, it is a little curious that the cover image would seem to suggest that this villain is connected to the whole genetic tampering plot, when the scene inside the book suggests that the character is little better than a side element that the real villains plan on using to pull Aquaman's attention away from their plans. As for the interior art, there's some powerful visual moments in this issue, from a great looking scene of a very angry Aquaman storming away from a meeting, to a great visual moment where a royally cheesed off Aquaman arrives in Geist's lab. The art also does some nice work o Read Full Review

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